Posted: 13/05/2013 at 20:29
Best really to.let nature do its work...seedlings will appear around the plant.
But the seed pod needs to be crispy dry a d turning brown before it will jettison its seeds. I've only ever done this once before but the seed pod will start,to crack. You have to check every day. When you see this cut off the flower and shake onto saucer or leave it upside down. Just sow the seeds ....I used John innes number 1...and place in shade somewhere. If memory serves right seedlings afairly during the late summer.
Your seedlings will prob be similar to parent but I did get a nice bi colour one
Good luck Chica